A Look at the Six Different Types of Franchise Systems – Which One is For You?

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A Look at the Six Different Types of Franchise Systems—Which One Is for You?

You’re probably familiar with franchises and what they are, but did you know that franchises are categorized into different systems? These systems include factors such as investment level, operations, marketing, relationship models, and strategies. Read on to learn more details about the six types of franchise systems:

  1. Job Franchise

This type of franchise is typically home-based or a low-investment franchise. The franchisee usually runs this type of franchise alone and has to purchase items such as minimal equipment, limited stock, and, in some cases, a vehicle. 

  1. Business Format Franchise

In the business format franchise, the franchisee receives the formula to do business from the franchisor. The franchisor also supplies the franchisee with other types of assistance, such as advertising, promoting, and training. Ori’Zaba’s Mexican Grill Franchise is a business format franchise. 

  1. Product and Distribution Franchise

In a product and distribution franchise, the franchisee is responsible for the distribution of the product. The only responsibility of the franchisor is to ensure the product and its quality. 

  1. Investment Franchise

This type of franchise requires the franchisee to invest a sum of money, which will then be returned through the engagement of their own management team or the franchisor. 

  1. Conversion Franchise

A conversion franchise is simply an existing business converting itself into a franchise. Many franchise systems grow by utilizing this franchise method. 

  1. Management Franchise

In a management franchise, the focus is not on the day-to-day operations of the business. Instead, it is on the management and running of it. Your role is to provide expertise and experience to lead and manage. 

Know What Is Right for You

If you would like to know more about franchising or how you can become an Ori’Zaba’s franchise owner, contact us now to request your one-on-one phone consultation to discuss our Mexican restaurant franchise opportunities. We look forward to speaking with you!

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